The “Nelada Siri” of play space is sure to easily allow you to spend a few hours in play and the kids’ excitement can sure be infectious!
APARAMITHA SWIMMING POOL
The Swimming pool is built to have a modern touch. Water tank is chemical-free and filled with natural water. Without any mechanical help, pool water is drained out by gravity and passed on to drip-irrigation.
PARAMPARA RURAL MUSEUM
The use of modern equipments in this changed lifestyle, is overwhelming. All the tools that have been traditionally used has been overtaken by modern technology. An example would be how the plough and Ox has been replaced by the modern machine tractor. The museum consists of the traditional equipments which is used in agriculture and carries the heritage of olden days farming.
The “Nelada Siri” Roman Amphitheater is built in a very diverse way. The seating is antropomtically well built. Workshops and talk-shows can be conducted. During rainy seasons, the amphitheatre turns into a beautiful kids pool. Excess water drains out through connected pipelines to water the rest of the vegetation.
DANCE HALL WITH RAINFALL AND MUSIC
Rain dance is a fun activity where you get wet and dance with the loud music playing around. This is an amazing experience where you can enjoy it with family and friends.
BAKASURA INGU GUNDI
A cleft flows along the east side of the “Nelada Siri” which keeps the floor dry. During rainy season, the pit is filled by Arkavathi river. A check dam is constructed and the barrier could store 20,00,000 liters of water. When the water is set to barrier’s height, Water flows through a large pipe into Bakasura ingu gundi. If over-flown, the water is rushed to an other barrier 600 ft away.